Here are some places on the Internet that we would like to share with you:
Social Security Administration
If you are planning any type of travel and need to make transportation reservations and or hotel lodging, this website will provide those services for you. It is very competitive in pricing with other well-known websites and in many instances a little more economical.
You may also purchase tickets for local events, ie, tickets to the Cardinals or Rams games, the Fox Theatre and even Broadway plays. With the visual aid of Virtual Seating, you can see where your tickets are.
Take a minute and browse through the website, to see everything that you can do.
Bloody Island by Thomas Gibson
A native East St. Louisian, who produced a documentary on the East St. Louis race riot of 1917.
East St. Louis Race Riot 1917
An account of the events leading up to the race riot.
Freedom Trails, Legacies of Hope
Honoring our past, building our future.
National Funeral Directors & Morticians Association
NFD&MA is a membership association of professional funeral directors and morticians and embalmers, whose members and members-at-large are also members of state associations of funeral directors, morticians and embalmers dedicated to promoting the common professional and business interests of its members.
Professional Funeral Director Services
PFDS is a mortuary service serving funeral establishments.
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
Jefferson Barracks, one of the National Cemetery Administrations oldest interment sites, has served as a burial landscape for soldiers from the Civil War through the second World War. The original military post was built south of St. Louis, Mo., on the banks of the Mississippi River to replace Fort Bellefontaine. Selected for its strategic geographic location, the post was opened in 1826. Jefferson Barracks became the army’s first permanent base west of the Mississippi River.
The Breast Cancer Site
Early Detection: Do You Know The Facts?
Each year, 182,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 43,300 die. One woman in eight either has or will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. In addition 1,600 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 400 will die this year.
If detected early, the five-year survival rate exceeds 95%. Mammograms are among the best early detection methods, yet 13 million U.S. women 40 years of age or older have never had a mammogram.